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GSMA to expand stolen mobile registration system

Wednesday 4 March 2015 | 15:52 CET | News
The GSM Association (GSMA) is planning to expand its stolen mobile phone verification system to Colombia and other countries, GSMA LatAm Sebastian Cabello said, reports Teletime. Mexico recently introduced the "Nos Importa" ("We Care") GSMA inspired regional initiative. The initiative, launched in 2014, also includes personal data protection projects aimed at fighting SMS spam and protecting minots. Six countries are taking part, including Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and El Salvador. Participating operators collect and exchange data on stolen mobile phones, with a single

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: GSM Association / GSMA-India
Countries: Latin America
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Hot topic, the industry makes millions with sales of new phones to replace the stolen phones. But from consumer point of view. Will be very interesting to follow up this tooic and see if GSMA really is able to bring this forward.
Lukas Bruederlin @ 19/3/2015 - 11:31


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